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  • Arts Alive is an annual showcase of student works held in collaboration with the City of Burnaby. This 36th edition presents a selection of artwork from all eight of our […] 0

    The Arts are Alive in Burnaby Schools

    Arts Alive is an annual showcase of student works held in collaboration with the City of Burnaby. This 36th edition presents a selection of artwork from all eight of our […]

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  • An annual tradition, Burnaby Schools secondary students share their talent at a spring performance held at Michael J Fox Theatre. This year’s winner of Burnaby’s Got Talent is Burnaby North […] 0

    Burnaby’s Got Talent

    An annual tradition, Burnaby Schools secondary students share their talent at a spring performance held at Michael J Fox Theatre. This year’s winner of Burnaby’s Got Talent is Burnaby North […]

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  • Attend an information evening Tuesday, May 8 at 6:30-9pm at Burnaby Central Secondary. All are invited including parents/caregivers, teachers/support workers, and students ages 13-24 with physical or social employment […] 0

    Transitioning Students with Special Needs to Adulthood

    Attend an information evening Tuesday, May 8 at 6:30-9pm at Burnaby Central Secondary. All are invited including parents/caregivers, teachers/support workers, and students ages 13-24 with physical or social employment […]

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  • For preschool aged Indigenous children and their families/caregivers, there are four On My Way to Kindergarten sessions to choose from. Adults and children explore, learn, and have fun together […] 0

    On My Way to Kindergarten

    For preschool aged Indigenous children and their families/caregivers, there are four On My Way to Kindergarten sessions to choose from. Adults and children explore, learn, and have fun together […]

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  • Fun was had by all at the second annual Burnaby Schools Diversity Dance held on March 7. Celebrating the diversity and inclusiveness of our schools, students from around the […] 0

    Diversity Dance 2018

    Fun was had by all at the second annual Burnaby Schools Diversity Dance held on March 7. Celebrating the diversity and inclusiveness of our schools, students from around the […]

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  • New District students, including kindergarten students and Burnaby residents who are not currently enrolled in the District, should register at their local school as determined by their residential address. […] 0

    Registration for Fall 2018

    New District students, including kindergarten students and Burnaby residents who are not currently enrolled in the District, should register at their local school as determined by their residential address. […]

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  • The Grade 7 Public Speaking Challenge began in 1983 to provide elementary students the opportunity to develop their confidence and pursue excellence in public speaking. Each year, every Burnaby Schools […] 0

    Grade 7 Public Speaking Challenge

    The Grade 7 Public Speaking Challenge began in 1983 to provide elementary students the opportunity to develop their confidence and pursue excellence in public speaking. Each year, every Burnaby Schools […]

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  • Burnaby School District’s secondary school “Reads” programs are school-wide initiatives designed to inspire students and staff to read and talk about great books. If you have some reading time on your hands, consider […] 0

    Secondary School “Reads” Program 2017/18

    Burnaby School District’s secondary school “Reads” programs are school-wide initiatives designed to inspire students and staff to read and talk about great books. If you have some reading time on your hands, consider […]

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  • Moscrop’s Brennan Strandberg-Salmon and Burnaby Mountain student Griffin Andersen were recently recognized for their environmental stewardship work. They each received the Dr. M. Wosk Environmental Leadership Award from the […] 0

    Students Recognized for Environmental Stewardship

    Moscrop’s Brennan Strandberg-Salmon and Burnaby Mountain student Griffin Andersen were recently recognized for their environmental stewardship work. They each received the Dr. M. Wosk Environmental Leadership Award from the […]

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  • Dante Wong, a 2017 graduate of Alpha Secondary won First Prize in the A&E Lives That Make a Difference Essay Contest. His topic was Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould and […] 0

    Alpha Student Wins National Essay Contest

    Dante Wong, a 2017 graduate of Alpha Secondary won First Prize in the A&E Lives That Make a Difference Essay Contest. His topic was Justice Minister Jody Wilson-Raybould and […]

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